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WHEN THE TO U.S. ABANDONED AFGHANISTAN THE TALIBAN, I HAD A CHOICE: LEAVE MY LIFE BEHIND OR DIE

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

Relief Effort

How Canadian volunteers are helping in Ukraine

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

HOW TO BEAT THE HEAT

Stay safe this summer with these expert tips on keeping cool

10 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

Why Is Inflation So High?

We quiz Talan Iscan, economics professor

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

Just Add Poles

Nordic walking is a boon for mobility and overall health

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

How to Catch a Killer

Missing bodies, random shootings and mysterious motives. How amateur and professional detectives, with the help of cutting-edge technology, are helping to solve Canada's most notorious cold cases

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

A RECORD SKIPPIG IN MY HEAD

I've found ways to live with my obsessivecompulsive disorder. What bothers me are the people who say I should get over it.

7 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

Spill the Beans

Everyone has secrets. Here's why you should share yours.

4 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

The Crown & Us

On the occasion of her Platinum Jubilee, a reflection on Queen Elizabeth's relationship to Canada

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

The Moths

When we couldn't heal my father, we looked for something else to fix | My parents' house had an infestation. It started as soon as the sun set: a slight fluttering around the edges that intensified until the air in the living room vibrated.

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

Throw It Forward

Fly-fishing with my daughters became a lesson in the wonders of nature

5 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
June 2022

Believe in Progress

In an excerpt from his book Rationality, psychologist Steven Pinker explains why, despite everything, our future is bright

6 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

The Problem With BMI

It's effective, but not for everybody

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

Picture This

Using arts education to end homelessness

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

LITTLE BOY LOST

WHEN DYLAN EHLER DISAPPEARED, THE INTERNET TURNED ON HIS PARENTS

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

Should I Buy Bitcoin?

We quiz Henry M. Kim, business prof

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

Mother Nature Knows Best

How one logging town is winning the battle against the climate crisis

9 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

COFFEE AND TEA LOWER DEMENTIA RISK

As well as helping you wake up in the morning, moderate consumption of coffee and tea may also lower your risk of cognitive decline. In fact, a study of over 350,000 people living in the U.K. found that those who drank two to three cups every day had a 32 percent lower risk of stroke and a 28 percent lower risk of dementia compared to people who drank none.

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

Dizzy Spells

It took two decades to get a diagnosis for her chronic fainting

4 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

GET THAT CHECKED!

HERE ARE 20 SYMPTOMS TO NEVER IGNORE

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

AMONG DEMONS

JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES BELIEVE THAT EVIL SURROUNDS US. WHAT I SHOULD HAVE FEARED WAS THE RELIGION ITSELF

9 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

ALONE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA

Deep Diver Chris Lemons was repairing oil pipes 90 meters down when the unthinkable happened

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

All Talk

How to quiet your inner critics

4 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
May 2022

Technically Speaking

Mentors helping seniors become computer savvy

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
April 2022

А HISTORY OF VIOLENCE

HELEN NASLUND ENDURED THREE DECADES OF ABUSE BY HER HUSBAND. ONE NIGHT, SHE FINALLY HAD ENOUGH.

10+ mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
April 2022

How asthma became one of the most over-diagnosed diseases in Canada

OUT OF BREATH

10 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
April 2022

Yours Truly

A collection of family letters contained a lifetime of surprises

4 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
April 2022

WHAT'S SO FUNNY?

In the end, my Mom and I finally made one another laugh

2 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
April 2022

TWICE LOST TWICE FOUND

Two fishermen discovered a nine-year-old floating alone in the middle of the ocean. Thirty-five years later, Desireé Rodriguez reunited with her rescuers.

9 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
April 2022

Sit and Stretch

How chair yoga makes exercise easy

3 mins read
Reader's Digest Canada
April 2022

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